1962 Chevrolet Impala SS V 8 Engine. The Impala still has its born-with The car’s current “curator,” Dale Snoke, has verified that the numbers match. Check out the wild fenderwell headers built by Doug Robinson.
The Langley Aerodrome A used the first internal combustion engine specifically designed for an aircraft. The original form built by Stephen M. Balzer was not very reliable and could only run for a few minutes. After it was redesigned and rebuilt as a water-cooled radial by Charles M. Manly, Samuel P. Langley's assistant, it had the best power-to-weight ratio of any engine in the world until 1906 and could run for up to 10 hours.